Saturday, December 23, 2017

RED Water Original Fat Flush Water

Here's Today's Tip... Digestive Health.
We’ve recently been talking about digestion. If you experience digestive distress, here are some of the top tips to help you improve your digestive health.
  • Eat slowly, mindfully, and intentionally... Digestion starts with the thought, smell, and anticipation of food. Eating mindfully helps initiate the “rest and digest” aspect of the nervous system.
  • Chew your food thoroughly... You begin breaking down carbs and fats in your mouth, and the mechanical aspect of chewing gets the rest of the digestive system prepared for what’s to come.
  • Supplement with digestive enzymes... Because natural production of digestive enzymes and stomach acid decreases as we get older, many people find broad-spectrum enzyme supplements to be extremely helpful.
  • Address vitamin and mineral deficiencies... B vitamins, magnesium, manganese, and copper all play important roles in digestion.
  • Regularly eat fermented foods... The makeup of gut bacteria plays an important role in digestive health, including digestion and absorption. Because different fermented foods contain unique strains of probiotics, consider incorporating a variety of them in your diet.
  • Supplement with a high-quality probiotic... Not all probiotic supplements are created equally. Look for a product that has probiotics that are “protected” from stomach acid. Also, because probiotics have very unique functions, most people will be best off using a multi-strain probiotic. What’s more, because they are equally important—if not more important—than probiotics, look for a product that contains prebiotics.
  • Regularly practice stress management... Stress isn’t inherently bad, but too much for too long can be problematic when it comes to digestive health. Focus on properly managing stress by:
    • Setting boundaries (i.e., learning to say “NO”)
    • Exercising (whatever you enjoy doing)
    • Practicing yoga
    • Taking a walk outdoors
    • Meditating
  • Get moving to get moving... Not surprisingly, a sedentary lifestyle is associated with constipation, and along those lines, regular exercise is a fundamental recommendation to help get things moving. As is often the case, there can be too much of a good thing; exhaustive exercise can have negative effects on digestion (e.g., inhibit gastric emptying, interfere with nutrient absorption) and lead to digestive distress.
  • Eat more fiber... Speaking generally, consuming enough fiber (25 – 40 grams per day) is foundational for digestive health and regularity. Most people who aren’t eating enough find that increasing fiber consumption improves digestion feelings (e.g., bloating, constipation, digestive discomfort), general feelings of well-being (e.g., feeling less fat, more mentally alert, slim, happy, and more energetic while feeling less stressed, tiredness, and difficulty concentrating), and bowel function (e.g., ease of defecation). Of course, some people are sensitive to increases in fiber, especially insoluble fiber, so make sure to pay attention to how your body responds to any changes you make, and along those lines, it’s best to implement changes systematically so you can identify what’s working—or not.
  • Stay hydrated... Although not very glamorous, adequate hydration goes hand-in-hand with fiber intake when it comes to optimizing digestion. Make sure you’re drinking about 8 – 10 eight-ounce glasses of water a day.
  • Remove trigger foods... Trigger foods can vary greatly across individuals, so figure out what works (and doesn’t) for you. Here’s a list of probable suspects:
  • Milk products
  • Wheat and other grains
  • Corn
  • Soy
  • Fish and seafood
  • Eggs
  • Nuts
  • FODMAP-containing foods
  • Nightshades
  • Histamine-releasing foods
  • Foods containing biogenic amines
  • Spicy foods
  • Fried foods
  • Caffeine
To Better Health, 
Change That Up
Now before I go I wanted to pass this along... Weird recipe eliminates “toxic sludge”.
A recent Harvard study showed that 80% of men and women over 40 have a “digestive bile defect” that makes it nearly impossible to burn belly fat.

Your bile helps break down the food you eat and shuttle nutrients to your muscles and organs to be burned up for energy.

However, because of the increased dietary toxins and free radicals, it’s almost guaranteed that your digestive bile has turned from a thin, free-flowing fluid into a THICK, sludge-like goo that clogs up everything (stopping your body from burning fat).

This means every time you eat, your body can’t break down the food properly because your digestive bile is too thick… so everything you eat gets sucked into your fat cells.

Adding extra fiber (like psyllium husk) can definitely help, but there is a special “red water” recipe you can make right at home that THINS out your bile and boosts your fat-burning metabolism by up to 53%.

Even though moving more and eating less are great pieces of advice… many times it’s simply not enough. Try this “red water” recipe below and you’ll be feeling lighter and leaner in just a few days from now.

Fat deposits that form on the body can be tough to break down and eliminate. Fat is broken down when the body uses its fat deposits to produce energy and the triglycerides in the fat cells are removed. These triglycerides are broken down into fatty acids and glycerols and then absorbed into your muscle tissue and internal organs, where they are then broken down even further through various chemical processes. If the products left over from these chemical processes are not used by the body as energy, they are then considered waste products and need to be removed from the body. This is where water comes into play.
Water is the vehicle used to remove these waste products from the body. The leftover materials from the fat breakdown are then filtered out of your organs by the water that you drink. The water carries the waste to your bladder, where it is then expelled from your body through your urine. It is important to drink enough water each day to keep yourself hydrated and facilitate the breakdown and elimination of fat cells.


Here are some of the original fat flush water recipes to literally flush fat from your system down the drain.

1.) Original Fat Flush Water

1 ounce 100% pure unsweetened cranberry juice
7 ounces water
Directions: Mix water and unsweetened cranberry juice together in a large glass. To save time during the day, mix a full batch (64 ounces) in the morning — add 1 cup (8 oz) cranberry juice to a half-gallon container and fill the rest with water.

 2.) Red Water Master Cleanse

 The right mixing of these Master cleanse ingredients and consuming it in right amount for fixed period of time help to shift your body into better shape. It should be noted that the exact measurement is very important to get good results which should be as follows:
  • 2 table spoons of organic lemon juice that is freshly squeezed
  • 10 ounces of filtered water
  • 2 table spoons of organic grade B maple syrup
  • 1/10 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
Mix the master cleanse ingredients and drink 12 servings of this prepared lemonade diet every day.  The master cleanse ingredients are simple, affordable and easily available. The only thing is you have to do is take advantage of it.
What is extremely important is that you stick with the master cleanse diet. First two to three days of any cleanse are difficult. But, once you get through those days, you will find the diet gets a lot easier and comfortable.
It is advisable to make lemonade juice cleanse detox everyday from fresh ingredients so that it will not get stale. It will be more effective this way and will provide you the best and fast results.

Significance of Ingredients for Master Cleanse

The master cleanse detox diet is packed with nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and enzymes. The main master cleanse diet ingredient (lemon) is a citrus fruit and contains powerful antioxidant property that help to minimize the risk of colon cancer. Besides, it is rich in vitamin C, potassium and flavonid that reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease.
Maple syrup is high in zinc and manganese that helps to boost immune system. It is also loaded with nutrients such as vitamin B2, Iron, Calcium and potassium. It contains natural sugar that are much easier to digest and provide required energy.
Cayenne pepper helps to reduce pain and inflammation due to the presence of capsaicin. Besides, cayenne pepper is rich with vitamin A, C and B complex. It is an important herb that has more medicinal value.
It regulates digestive system, improves blood circulation, drain and flush mucus from the body. Water helps to keep the body hydrated and helps to run it optimally.
In all ingredients in Master cleanse makes the master cleanse a powerful diet to detoxify the body resulting in weight loss very fast and naturally. And you should definitely try this out if you haven’t tried it yet.
BOOKS TO READ The Complete Master Cleanse by Tom Woloshyn

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